What is an ideal day off for you?

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Russian Federation
September 15, 2018 4:41am CST
Hello, everyone! I live in Rostov-on-Don. This weekend, we celebrate my city's birthday. So many events have been prepared, and we are going to visit some of them. As for an ordinary day off, some people prefer to stay at home and rest calmly, while others enjoy visiting malls, exhibitions, concerts. I also prefer to stay at home during the daytime and go out to a good public place in the evening. What is an ideal day off for you?
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@vsai2008 (11796)
• India
15 Sep 18
I would like to spend my time with family and close friends on my day off and just have a relaxing day
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@vsai2008 (11796)
• India
15 Sep 18
• Russian Federation
15 Sep 18
Sounds like a good idea
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@Icydoll (36717)
• India
15 Sep 18
Happy birthday to your city..just doing the things what I love and spending time with my family
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• Russian Federation
15 Sep 18
Thanks! A nice solution) Have a good weekend
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@Icydoll (36717)
• India
15 Sep 18
@MashaVickina you too dear.
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@caopaopao (12395)
• China
15 Sep 18
On my day off, I prefer to stay at home. I don't like going shopping, though I have to.
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• Russian Federation
15 Sep 18
We buy food in a mall 3 times a month: the 1st, 10h, 20th day of the month. It helps much We only buy bread and milk when necessary in a local shop
@aureliah (24321)
• Kenya
15 Sep 18
Enjoy the celebrations. I don't even know when my city was born
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• Russian Federation
15 Sep 18
Thanks
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• Philippines
15 Sep 18
Happiest birthday to your city. As per your question, spending quality time with my loved ones is an ideal day off for me.
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• Russian Federation
15 Sep 18
Yes, it gives you good vibes! Thanks a lot!
@sokina (283)
• Morocco
15 Sep 18
my ideal off day is at home relaxing or going out doing shopping
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@MALUSE (69390)
• Germany
15 Sep 18
I have no idea what Rostov looks like. I would have liked to see a photo of your city. I doubt that there there are many (if any) myLot members who have a clear idea where Rostov-on-Don is. Maybe you could give a hint. You haven't mentioned how old Rostov has become and who founded it. What is the prevailing architectural style? How many inhabitants does the city have?
@MALUSE (69390)
• Germany
15 Sep 18
@MashaVickina Thank you for the elaborate answer. I think all this should be incorporated in the post proper. You mustn't forget that the majority of the members knows next to nothing about geography and history of other countries. (Many do not even know much about the geography and history of their own country). When the name of your city is always combined with 'on-Don', one can assume that there are other cities with the same name with which it could be mixed up. Where are these?
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• Russian Federation
15 Sep 18
@MALUSE I do not think that the majority is interested though Yes, there is Rostov the Great, it is one of the oldest cities of central Russia.
• Russian Federation
15 Sep 18
I am glad that you are interested in my city) Well, Rostov-on-Don is located in the south of Russia, on the border of Europe and Asia, near the confluence of the Don River to the Sea of Azov. It is a city of military glory and is called "The gates of the Caucasus." Rostov is also called "The port of three seas." It connects the trade routes of Central Russia with the Black, Mediterranean and Caspian seas. The population of Rostov is a bit more than one million people. It was founded in 1749 when the Russian Empress Elizaveta Petrovna signed the Decree. (269 years ago). We celebrate the Day of the City on the 3rd weekend of September (but actually, on Sunday). Today, Rostov is one of the largest megacities of my country. It is a political, economic, cultural and scientific center of the south. By the way, our zoo is one of the largest in Europe. As for the weather, it is cold in winter (up to -25 C) and hot in summer (up to +40 C). Many people believe that there is no definite architectural style in Rostov. But I can distinguish the following: Russian classicism, eclecticism, and modernism of the modern period. I am not sure which photo to choose, but here is one of the main streets, Bolshaya Sadovaya. The photo was taken in 2015 before the New Year.
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@Hannihar (129776)
• Israel
27 Nov 18
@MashaVickina My favorite day off is Saturday because that is our Sabbath. I can just relax with no phone, no TV or no computer. If it is nice can sit on the porch with my cat and read.
• Bekasi, Indonesia
29 Dec 18
I think you really enjoy your holiday because your holiday is very pleasant